Sho Madjozi reveals what she said to her ex after that #SAMA25 acceptance speech
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Sho Madjozi reveals what she said to her ex after that #SAMA25 acceptance speech

Stacey caught up with the two-time SAMA winner following the prestigious awards this past weekend. 

Sho Madjozi at the SAMA's / Instagram
Sho Madjozi at the SAMA's / Instagram

Listen to Stacey's chat with Sho Madjozi, or read the details under the podcast.

Sho Madjozi is a South African musician known for her hits like 'Wakanda Forever' and 'Huku'.

READ: #SAMA25 sees local stars rising to the top

Now to add to her list of accomplishments, she can add two-time SAMA winner. She bagged the 'Newcomer of the Year' and 'Female Artist of the Year' at this weekend’s ceremony. 

Following her win, Stacey caught up with the musician to find out about that acceptance speech that many have been talking about. 

She dragged her ex-boyfriend openly on national TV, saying that there's a track on her album that she wants to dedicate to him called 'Idhom', and even hinted at dropping the video for it, according to IOL. Ouch!  

In the exclusive conversation with Stacey, Madjozi spoke candidly about dealing with anxiety as a newcomer to the music industry and the struggle of remaining true to herself. 

She also revealed what she said to her ex-boyfriend after the victory at the ceremony on Saturday.  

According to Madjozi, she told him she has a right to speak about her life as a public figure and that he has to accept that. 

Speaking about her need for privacy Madjozi also pointed out that she is grateful to her fans who let her live her life and not pry about her personal life. 

READ: 2019 SAMAs red carpet looks

True to her word, Madjozi released the video. It is currently at number 19 on the YouTube trending list and has 85,000 views already. 

Watch below:

Listen to the podcast to get the scoop.

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